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Thursday, January 17, 2013 — On Tuesday, the southern span of the new Memorial Bridge was floated into place. Our Newsreel Division was there:
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Monday, July 9, 2012 — Our Newsreel Division prepared this brief reel of Portsmouth’s Welcome Home Parade for Iraq Veterans, which took place yesterday. Our cameraman was embedded with the Veterans for Peace contingent. The enthusiastic response of the audience, evident in this brief clip, was characteristic of the entire event.
Tuesday, July 3, 2012 — Portsmouth’s latest fireworks extravaganza, condensed to 112 frames, shown in 19 seconds.
Thanks to Matt Davies and Craig Gurian at Remapping Debate.
Thursday, September 1, 2011 — This morning’s email included the following message from Consortiumnews.com‘s Robert Parry: “I know there are many worthy projects deserving of your financial support. But it’s hard to envision how the United States (and the world) can get out of today’s troubles without a reality-based understanding of how we got into [...]
Thursday, March 31, 2011 — Megan Stelzer sent us these photos from today’s Rally for New Hampshire. No captions — they speak for themselves.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011 — For nearly a quarter of a century R. Lee Ermey has been the unannointed poet laureate of the vernacular branch of America’s military language. (The bureaucratic branch, appropriately, has no face). Breathtakingly obscene, surrealistically violent, and apparently inexhaustible, Ermey’s portrayal of Gunnery Sergeant Hartman, in Full Metal Jacket, threw moviegoers [...]
Sunday, November 14, 2010 — Today the Boston auction house of Skinner, Inc. will sell to the highest bidder an original copy of the Declaration of Independence, printed in Exeter, New Hampshire in 1776 by Robert Luist Fowle. The public sale of a copy of the Declaration from one of the fourteen original printings is [...]